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    Are these good A Level Choices

    Media Studies
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    English Language
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    You chose both film and media studies...
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    (Original post by liamlarner)
    Are these good A Level Choices

    Media Studies
    Film Studies
    English Language
    Maths
    What would you like to do after A-Levels?
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    (Original post by MisledGoddess)
    What would you like to do after A-Levels?
    Work in the Media, Film Industry study a University Course at University of Middlesex in Television Media Production
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    (Original post by liamlarner)
    Work in the Media, Film Industry study a University Course at University of Middlesex in Television Media Production
    Then I'd say they're some good A-Level choices! If you are ever a bit unsure about it though and change your mind in some way, I'd say drop either Media or Film. One is fine. But do what you want to do not what some nerds on a forum suggest

    And good luck!
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    (Original post by MisledGoddess)
    Then I'd say they're some good A-Level choices! If you are ever a bit unsure about it though and change your mind in some way, I'd say drop either Media or Film. One is fine. But do what you want to do not what some nerds on a forum suggest

    And good luck!
    Thanks i am predicted to get a Grade 9 in Maths GCSE is A Level Maths Difficult for a Grade 9 Maths GCSE Student
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    (Original post by liamlarner)
    Thanks i am predicted to get a Grade 9 in Maths GCSE is A Level Maths Difficult for a Grade 9 Maths GCSE Student
    I personally don't take maths A Level but I know people who got A* and struggle, saying it's a massive jump but others who are handling it well. I'd say if you enjoy it and really want to do it you'll find it easier as a lot of those who struggle didn't really want to do it. Put the effort in and you should do fine!
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    (Original post by liamlarner)
    Thanks i am predicted to get a Grade 9 in Maths GCSE is A Level Maths Difficult for a Grade 9 Maths GCSE Student
    Difficulty is subjective, my friend. However, if you are predicted grade 9 I'm sure you'll have the tools to succeed. A-Levels, in general, are meant to be challenging so don't go into the course thinking it'll be all fun and games. I'm sure you won't, though. You seem like a hard-working kinda guy.
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    I wouldn’t do film and media studies as they limit what you can do in the future a lot.
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    i will keep media studies what should i swap film studies for is Sociology a good idea
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    (Original post by liamlarner)
    i will keep media studies what should i swap film studies for is Sociology a good idea
    Good idea. Much broader range of A-Levels
 
 
 
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